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Discounted Conference Rate – World Counter Terror Congress (WCTC)

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Discounted Conference Rate – World Counter Terror Congress (WCTC)

09 Mar 2016
AEV has partnered with the organisers of Security & Counter Terror Expo (SCTX), who have offered AEV members an exclusive 20% discount off of the World Counter Terror Congress (WCTC) Conference at SCTX. This event takes places at Olympia London from 19 – 20 April 2016.
 
World Counter Terror Congress is the centre-piece paid-for conference at SCTX. It will provide a high-level strategic overview covering the most pressing issues and will take a detailed look at the future security landscape. 
 
In 2015, over 300 international professionals attended the Conference to hear from the likes of the Home Office, Met Police, NPCC and NATO. It provides a unique and secure environment to debate the threats we face, define operational strategies and to help shape future policy. To read the full press release on WCTC please click here.
 
To find out more information and to register to attend the WCTC please click here  and use the following code to activate your discount: ASEV20XC16. 
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